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Trying to restore a deleted message from a speakers phone model# 29897GE1-A. Can it be done?

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Sorry, no.

Posted on Aug 08, 2011

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Memory full how do you erase the memory


Play back the messages. While each message is playing, press the DELETE button. See page 19 of this manual: http://www.home-electronics.net/USER-GUIDES/29897_DOM_ES_CD_IB.pdf

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How to delete messages after memory is full


To delete a single message, press and release DELETE while playing the message. To delete all messages, while the unit is in ready-to-answer mode press and hold DELETE until "Messages erased" displays.

The full details are in the "Erase Messages" section of the manual. If you need a manual, you can download one at
http://www.home-electronics.net/USER-GUIDES/29897_DOM_ES_CD_IB.pdf

Aug 04, 2011 | GE 29897GE1 Corded Phone

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How do I Change outgoing message on GE -29897GE1 Corded


The manual is accessible through the GE website. Here's the direct link to the PDF download:
http://www.homeelectronics.net/ge/pc/IB/29897GE2_IB.pdf

Apr 28, 2010 | GE 29897GE1 Corded Phone

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How can I clear the memory of my GED Digital CID Speaker Phone Model #29897GE1?


When the machine isn't playing or recording, press and hold the ON/OFF/ERASE button until you hear the "Messages Erased" announcement.

If you need a manual, you can download one at
http://www.home-electronics.net/USER-GUIDES/29871_DOM_ES_AN_IB.pdf

Apr 23, 2010 | GE Lands Phones

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"Memory Full" message received by caller, although all messages are deleted.


Looking for a new answerling machine. The problem is evidently internal, in the electronics.

May 16, 2009 | GE 29897GE1 Corded Phone

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How do I clear the memory on my phone?


While the unit is in ready-to-answer mode, press and hold DELETE until the unit announces, "Messages erased."
• New messages can not be erased in this way. To erase new messages, play them then press DELETE during play back.

Here is a useful link that may help you, it is the instruction manual for your phone:
http://www.home-electronics.net/ge/pc/IB/29897GE1_IB.pdf

Hope this helps you!

May 16, 2009 | GE 29897GE1 Corded Phone

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Full memory


Erase Messages
Single Messages
You can erase a message itself, leaving the Caller ID information.
• While the message is playing, press and release DELETE. The unit erases the current message and announces, "Message erased."0
All Messages
You can also erase all the old messages only, leaving the new messages and Caller ID information.
While the unit is in ready-to-answer mode, press and hold DELETE until the unit announces, "Messages erased."
• New messages can not be erased in this way. To erase new messages, play them then press DELETE during play back.


Here is a link for the manual for your phone:
http://www.home-electronics.net/ge/pc/IB/29897GE1_IB.pdf

Good luck!

May 09, 2009 | GE 29897GE1 Corded Phone

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Message Box is full. How do I erase?


Erase Messages
Single Messages
You can erase a message itself, leaving the Caller ID information.
• While the message is playing, press and release DELETE. The unit erases the current message and announces, "Message erased."
All Messages
You can also erase all the old messages only, leaving the new messages and Caller ID information.
While the unit is in ready-to-answer mode, press and hold DELETE until the unit announces, "Messages erased."
• New messages can not be erased in this way. To erase new messages, play them then press DELETE during play back.


Here is a link for the manual for your phone:
http://www.home-electronics.net/ge/pc/IB/29897GE1_IB.pdf

Good luck!

Apr 26, 2009 | GE 29897GE1 Corded Phone

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How do I eliminate the number of calls on model 29586?


Not exactly sure I understand the question, but let me give it a shot...

You have a number of messages, but the number of calls are more, correct.
This maybe due to people calling and not leaving a message?

Here is a link to the manual for your phone.. I hope this may help you:
http://www.home-electronics.net/ge/pc/IB/29897GE1_IB.pdf

You maybe able to just hit the DELETE button to delete the number 8 Caller Id, I think that is what you want, if not please look for it in the manual.

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Ge speakerphone model 29897GE1-A


If you disconnect the battery and reconnect it disappears/ Not good.

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